E-Business: Applications and Global Acceptance
by Princely Ifinedo
Publisher: InTech 2012
Number of pages: 136
E-Business - Applications and Global Acceptance is a collection of well-written papers that employ empirical and theoretical/conceptual approaches to highlight insights on the global acceptance of electronic business (e-business) and other useful applications and conceptualizations in the area.
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by Michael Froomkin
This text explores the limits that technology imposes on the legal and policy options available to those concerned about anonymous communication, digital cash, and distributed databases, and the ways in which they might reduce personal privacy.
by Daniel Forrester - Smashwords
Bitcoin has been brooding within the tech community over the last few years. Learn the Ins and Outs of Bitcoin, the elusive new currency, including Bitcoin Mining, how to buy, sell and invest, and how you can achieve long term profits.
by Diane Cabell at al. - faqs.org
The broadest definition of e-commerce is 'the conduct of transactions by electronic means'. In this introductory course we will focus specifically on purchases of goods and services from online stores on the Web, and a fictional e-enterprise.
by Zorayda Ruth Andam - Wikibooks
Internet commerce is a powerful tool in the economic growth of developing countries. However, this is premised on strong political will and good governance. This primer seeks to provide policy guidelines toward this end.